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Dean of the IU School of Journalism, Bradley J. Hamm

Bradley J. HammBrad Hamm is the dean of the Indiana University School of Journalism. Before coming to IU, he was the associate dean of the School of Communications at Elon University in North Carolina.

He has worked as a reporter and sportswriter for The Salisbury Post in North Carolina, and has taught in study abroad programs in Japan, China, and Great Britain. Dean Hamm has a doctorate in mass communication research from the University of North Carolina, and his teaching and research interests are in journalism history and media theory, particularly agenda setting theory.

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